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A Dictionary of Idiocy: And Other Matters of Opinion

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This volume provides a light-hearted guide for the perplexed to all things trivial. Wittgenstein said that if people never did silly things, nothing intelligent would ever happen. As human progress depends on the continuing practice of stupidity, Stephen Bayley investigates in this book what is necessary for human progress. Some instances of stupidity are only clearly stupid after the fact such as the astonishing amount of money poured into Internet start-ups, others rely on ideas which are stupid on their own. Starting its ...

A Dictionary of Idiocy: And Other Matters of Opinion 2003, Gibson Square Books Ltd, London

ISBN-13: 9781903933374

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